Korean Language Education in Australian Schools: Success and Failure

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This paper aims to overview the current practices of Korean language education in Australian secondary schools, by looking at policies, curriculum, and a number of issues concerning implementation of the programs. The areas that have been investigated include: rationale for the Korean language program and its goal; curriculum; course books and teaching materials; teacher training and methodology; teaching facilities; number of students; governmental support; attitudes of students; and problem area. The paper concludes with a series of suggestions for improvement.
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Shin, Seong-Chul
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Ahn, H-D
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2001
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